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Samsung Galaxy S4 teased in another video

Samsung has launched its second official Samsung Galaxy S4 launch day teaser video, featuring the child entrusted with looking after the flagship handset until launch.

Like the previous video from Samsung, the story follows Jeremy, the lucky child in charge of the Samsung Galaxy S4 before it officially launches in New York on Thursday March 14.

Unfortunately, the video actually reveals very little about the upcoming Samsung flagship, apart from Jeremy letting slip that the S4 is available in his favourite colour, but doesn’t reveal what that colour is. Although, from leaks, rumours and the new Samsung Galaxy S4 launch posters, we’re guessing that it is either black or white.

The boy also exclaims “it’s beautiful” as he lifts the lid on the Samsung Galaxy S4, but there’s no shot of the handset apart from an ethereal glow emitted from the white Samsung Unpacked box.

For now, Samsung are merely adding to the hype surrounded what is undeniably one of the eagerly awaited handsets this year.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Features

Widely rumoured to feature a 4.99-inch Full 1080p HD display with Green PHOLED technology meant to reduce power consumption and preserve critical battery life. The Samsung Galaxy S4 could also pack the Smart Scroll function, allowing the handset to automatically scroll down pages as the user’s eyes move down the page. A Smart Pause feature will also ensure that the Galaxy S4 will stop videos if the user has looked away or drifted off.

Due to ship with the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS powered by the highly-debated eight-core Exynos 5 1.8GHz octa-core processor that was unveiled at CES 2013, the Samsung Galaxy S4 should be furthered bolstered by 2GB of RAM and Samsung’s TouchWiz 6 UI.

A 13-megapixel camera in the rear should offers Orb technology, capable of taking full 360-degree panorama pictures, akin to the Photosphere function offered by Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 should also offer 4G LTE and NFC wireless connectivity and a microSD card to expand the internal storage options.

Are you excited to see the Samsung Galaxy S4 in all its unveiled glory? Do you think it will offer anything new to the already jam-packed smartphone market? Give us your thoughts on the matter via the TrustedReviews Facebook and Twitter feeds or the comment boxes below.  

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